Studio - applying memory to all files in package
Thread poster: Alexandra Speirs

Alexandra Speirs  Identity Verified
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Apr 26, 2011

I have a large Studio package of 80 files, with lots of repetitions from one file to another.
But having completed the first file, the repetitions in the following files are not coming out of the memory.
This wouldn't happen in the old Trados.
Is there something I should be doing to update the memory as I go along?
I've looked in the Help, but am not having much success.
It's probably something really easy ....


Walter Blaser  Identity Verified
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French to German
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Did you confirm the segments Apr 27, 2011

Only confirmed segments will be written to the TM. The best is to use CTRL-Enter after every segment to be sure.

What would also be useful with so many files is to merge them into one file, so you work only on one file in the Editor and you would then benefit from the AutoPropagate function.



Alexandra Speirs  Identity Verified
Local time: 23:15
Italian to English
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done that Apr 27, 2011

Yes, I've confirmed the segments.

As regards merging the files, that's beyond my skills at the moment, still just learning...
And the job is already massive!


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